Here is Icon’s selection of products to look out for at the event next week
A range of lounge furniture that combines a strongly defined shape (the Scandinavian approach) and Nichetto’s Italian touch: lots of comfortable pillows.
These bulky cupboards and drawers, which come in ash or oak, have grooved handles that encourage touch.
The design duo will reveal developments to its high-back armchair, which was shown as a prototype in Milan last April. The shape is based on a type of Japanese fan made of a circular piece of paper on a bamboo handle.
Note Design Studio
The muted colours of this range are based on the tones of light observed in the Scandinavian mountains. The fabrics wrapped around the metal frame are produced by Kvadrat.
Form Us With Love
The Swedish studio will launch a sidetable to add to its space-saving Cage collection – which at present includes a wall-mounted mirror and storage unit (above) and a shelf. It will also launch another range of acoustic panels for Baux, which are made from recycled wood wool and come in five patterns and 20 colours.
Dutch design duo Tineke Beunders and Nathan Wierink’s flexible wall and ceiling lamp references climbing plants and their tendency to creep and grow across a space.
On these tables for the high-end flatpack brand, three light metal legs lock into the lacquered solid ash top for assembly in just 30 seconds.
Morten & Jonas
Part of the Unplugged collection, the Norwegian designers’ lamp is made of hand-blown glass and can be hung from the ceiling or placed on a table.
The circular seat of the Dutch designer’s spinning chair is based on the way architects draw chairs in their floorplans.
Stockholm Furniture Fair runs from 3-7 February